March 13th, 2018,
So you’re expecting? Congratulations, what great news!
First things first, let’s see if this article is relevant for you by answering this little questionnaire.
1. Do you already know the baby’s gender?
YES- You may skip this article, unless you have a friend/sister/cousin/colleague who is also pregnant and doesn’t know their future child’s gender.
NO- Go to question 2.
2. Do you wish to know it before the child’s birth?
YES - This article is for you!
NO- This article is not specifically for you, but is chock full of good ideas, inspiring and funny. We allow you to keep on reading. :)
Eventually, you will want to know if you’re expecting a girl or a boy. It will be a very special moment, which will deserve more of an ambiance than an ultrasound room, a hospital gown and a blurred screen, under lighting which gives a greenish complexion.
Not to mention it would be nice to be able to share this sex reveal (we told you it wasn’t what you thought) with your close ones. Hence, the idea to make a party of it!
Let us help you organize it in a few easy steps:
A few theme ideas, inspired by the Lulu in a Box collections:
A few reveal stratagems:
If you yourself have organized such a party, tell us your story and share your pictures with us!
Comments will be approved before showing up.
August 15, 2018
In this two part series we will go through some tips from Emily Post’s book, Etiquette in 1922. Post was an American author famous for writing about etiquette. Part two are six ways to be a good guest.
August 8, 2018
In this two part series we will go through some tips from Emily Post’s book, Etiquette in 1922. Post was an American author famous for writing about etiquette. Part one are six ways to be a good host.
July 17, 2018
A recent survey of over 1500 women uncovered a few surprising findings; here are the five that we found most astonishing: